Work Smarter, Not Harder - Implement routines to prevent your home from getting dirty. Cleaning green doesn't necessarily mean cleaning more. By preventing cleaning chores, you reduce the time needed to clean your home.
Get Green Tools - Look for cleaning aids and tools that do the least amount of damage to the environment. Two example of tools that hurt the environment are mop systems and single-sue wipes.
Use Green Ingredients - Cleaning products that contain petroleum-based chemicals can get rid of undesirable elements, but they also introduce their unhealthy components into your home.